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their technology but still very much a technology that hasn't demonstrated what they and north korea have been claiming. when they claimed to launch satellite to extend their ballistic missile to say they could hit the u.s. some would say is not a reality yet. >> when someone is exacting a claim like, this you know what i mean washington and seoul would have factoried that in. simply the problems of the technical capacity -- >> absolutely. i think this is probably much more, if we want to explain it, a case of political rhetoric. the north feel compelled in the face of the extension of the missile capabilities and the result of the disagreement with the americans demonstrate they can respond in a way but perhaps most importantly, the military. we have seen the succession from kim oni will had a shift in central gravity. and yet the military remains an important actor in the north korean political environment, and i think what we're seeing is a government seeking to assure its key constituents and to send a signal to the outside world in the face of what they consider pressure from the south an
implications? it's a congressional hearing. >> absolutely. the implications on these two chinese technology giants, one of them is the second-largest provider in terms of equipment manufacturing in the world. the other company is the fourth largest. serious implications. both have a very ambitious plans to expand their markets in the u.s. the u.s. is a large market in terms of telecommunications. both firms have seen an increase in sales of their mobile devices. the espionage peers have limited the companies being able to move into infrastructure networking. they had to unwind a purchase of a u.s. computer company because it did not win regulatory approval. one of the company's employees 1700 people in the u.s. revenue in the u.s. was $1.3 billion last year, more than double what it made in 2010. given this report suggesting the u.s. government should bar any merger of those two chinese companies in the u.s., it could have serious implications monetarywise. >> the european stability mechanism is replacing something that i don't remember. >> a big day for the euro zone. let's hope leaders ha
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